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Posted: 6/16/2009 1:14:22 PM EST
When I say need it's probably a want.

It looks like a great product to me. They are however not cheap. Does anyone have one? My g/f was concerned she can't attempt to make the bed look "girly". I told her it's not supposed to be girly. You're supposed to sleep on it, have sex, and maybe try to earn a diamond there

From the video it looks like a bed skirt will work on it.

They have a single one that is much cheaper. Does the single one have steel that goes all the way around and it's hollow on one side or something? Obviously for a Queen sized bed having it on only 1 side would make it lop sided and f'd up in general.

Is it worth it? My apt doesn't have a lot of room in it for a safe. This seems like a good safe and it saves space. What does the hive mind think?

http://www.bedgunsafe.com/video.html
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 1:18:21 PM EST
Originally Posted By Circle_Cutter:
When I say need it's probably a want.

It looks like a great product to me. They are however not cheap. Does anyone have one? My g/f was concerned she can't attempt to make the bed look "girly". I told her it's not supposed to be girly. You're supposed to sleep on it, have sex, and maybe try to earn a diamond there

From the video it looks like a bed skirt will work on it.

They have a single one that is much cheaper. Does the single one have steel that goes all the way around and it's hollow on one side or something? Obviously for a Queen sized bed having it on only 1 side would make it lop sided and f'd up in general.

Is it worth it? My apt doesn't have a lot of room in it for a safe. This seems like a good safe and it saves space. What does the hive mind think?

http://www.bedgunsafe.com/video.html


That's funny.
I don't have one, but I think it looks like a really cool idea.
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 1:18:46 PM EST
We were always advised to keep a firearm far enough from the bed that it would require you to get up long enough for you to wake up. Some people have very real dreams and have had a few times my wife grab me in the middle of the night (still sleeping) thinking I was the bad guy.
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 1:23:09 PM EST
The $2700 price tag for a twin model made me
The 1300lbs weight for the queen sized model also made me

It looks kinda cool and I'm sure some people will buy it, but it doesn't seem all that practical. Good luck moving your 1300lb bed when the wife/girlfriend decides to rearrange the room, or if you ever move have fun getting that thing into or out of an apartment.
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 1:26:57 PM EST

Originally Posted By Rattle_Snake:
We were always advised to keep a firearm far enough from the bed that it would require you to get up long enough for you to wake up. Some people have very real dreams and have had a few times my wife grab me in the middle of the night (still sleeping) thinking I was the bad guy.


Watch the video.
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 1:28:44 PM EST
rethink putting such a safe on the floor

how many thieves will not look under the bed for valuables?

I cannot push my bed over that easily. For fear of my life I will not disclose why
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 1:35:28 PM EST
Originally Posted By Hawken50:

Originally Posted By Rattle_Snake:
We were always advised to keep a firearm far enough from the bed that it would require you to get up long enough for you to wake up. Some people have very real dreams and have had a few times my wife grab me in the middle of the night (still sleeping) thinking I was the bad guy.


Watch the video.


We had guys overseas that would sleep walk and caught one who had his gear put on and a loading magazine in his rifle and thought he was going on a mission. He was still a sleep.
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 1:39:05 PM EST
Holy Shit!


I know what I want for father's day!
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 1:40:23 PM EST
[Last Edit: 6/16/2009 1:42:05 PM EST by RarestRX]

I'd be a little concerned with all that weight concentrated on just those 4 bed legs.

It would suck to break through your floor.
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 1:40:45 PM EST
Just hope they don't look under the mattress... Though it looks to be a better value than the "bench safe."

http://www.everysafe.com/AMSEC-HC1854-HCC-ASY1053.html



Link Posted: 6/16/2009 1:42:49 PM EST

Originally Posted By chodenut:
rethink putting such a safe on the floor

how many thieves will not look under the bed for valuables?

I cannot push my bed over that easily. For fear of my life I will not disclose why

Shes a big girl?
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 1:44:53 PM EST
that can not be comfortable without the box spring mattress.
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 1:48:00 PM EST
I put one of these in where I'm at. I don't have much room either. I installed it inside my closet.
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 1:51:52 PM EST

Originally Posted By Rattle_Snake:
Originally Posted By Hawken50:

Originally Posted By Rattle_Snake:
We were always advised to keep a firearm far enough from the bed that it would require you to get up long enough for you to wake up. Some people have very real dreams and have had a few times my wife grab me in the middle of the night (still sleeping) thinking I was the bad guy.


Watch the video.


We had guys overseas that would sleep walk and caught one who had his gear put on and a loading magazine in his rifle and thought he was going on a mission. He was still a sleep.

Ummm, I don't understand what you suggest, then. If a guy can load mags in his sleep, he can open a safe. If you can get up slide your bed over, get a key in a lock, and open a safe in your sleep, then you can walk down a hall way and open a normal safe too.
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 1:54:53 PM EST
Originally Posted By macpherson:
The $2700 price tag for a twin model made me
The 1300lbs weight for the queen sized model also made me

It looks kinda cool and I'm sure some people will buy it, but it doesn't seem all that practical. Good luck moving your 1300lb bed when the wife/girlfriend decides to rearrange the room, or if you ever move have fun getting that thing into or out of an apartment.


Good points.....The plus side is that unless some bad guy has brought alot of help, after he has found the safe, he is pretty much limited to breaking into it right there....

I'm concerned because I have no way to mount my safe to the floor, & it wouldn't be that difficult to walk out with it.... I have guns stored in different locations whithin my house, so it is doubtful that somebody would get all of my weapons. I've been looking for a good concealed safe, or cabinet that I wouldn't have to worry about it crashing through my ceiling !!

Link Posted: 6/16/2009 2:01:50 PM EST
Too expensive for what you get. This room was 12K installed:

Lots-O-Room



OPSEC prohibits the disclosure of the location or it's exact contents

Link Posted: 6/16/2009 2:02:52 PM EST
I almost bought one of these when I was looking for a safe, but I decided it was too small.

http://www.amsecusa.com/gun-safe-HC1854.htm
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 2:16:32 PM EST
Originally Posted By Maryland_Shooter:
Too expensive for what you get. This room was 12K installed:

Lots-O-Room



OPSEC prohibits the disclosure of the location or it's exact contents



I don't think my floor joists can handle that load....

Link Posted: 6/16/2009 2:46:42 PM EST
Originally Posted By TheFlynDutchman:
Originally Posted By Maryland_Shooter:
Too expensive for what you get. This room was 12K installed:

Lots-O-Room

http://www.michaelbradyltd.co.uk/news/newsletter/issue1/img05.jpg]http://www.michaelbradyltd.co.uk/news/newsletter/issue1/img05.jpg]http://www.michaelbradyltd.co.uk/news/newsletter/issue1/img05.jpg

OPSEC prohibits the disclosure of the location or it's exact contents



I don't think my floor joists can handle that load....



I sure wish mine could
Link Posted: 6/17/2009 2:01:03 AM EST
Originally Posted By Circle_Cutter:
Originally Posted By TheFlynDutchman:
Originally Posted By Maryland_Shooter:
Too expensive for what you get. This room was 12K installed:

Lots-O-Room

http://www.michaelbradyltd.co.uk/news/newsletter/issue1/img05.jpg]http://www.michaelbradyltd.co.uk/news/newsletter/issue1/img05.jpg]http://www.michaelbradyltd.co.uk/news/newsletter/issue1/img05.jpg

OPSEC prohibits the disclosure of the location or it's exact contents



I don't think my floor joists can handle that load....



I sure wish mine could


Put it in the basement!
Link Posted: 6/17/2009 2:03:32 AM EST
Under the mattress isn't exactly an innovative and unheard of place to hide valuables.
Link Posted: 6/17/2009 2:04:10 AM EST
Originally Posted By PBIR:
Under the mattress isn't exactly an innovative and unheard of place to hide valuables.


Really!?
Link Posted: 6/17/2009 7:34:49 AM EST
[Last Edit: 6/17/2009 7:39:30 AM EST by PBIR]
Originally Posted By Maryland_Shooter:
Too expensive for what you get. This room was 12K installed:

Lots-O-Room

http://www.michaelbradyltd.co.uk/news/newsletter/issue1/img05.jpg

OPSEC prohibits the disclosure of the location or it's exact contents



Guess you'll want to ask Michael Brady LTD to change the details in that newsletter article then, they say it's located at 129-130 Park Lane, Mayfair. Oops OPSEC!

http://www.michaelbradyltd.co.uk/news/newsletter/issue1/

Why didn't you tell us your summer home is one of the most expensive pieces of property in the UK?
Link Posted: 6/17/2009 7:37:25 AM EST
Originally Posted By PBIR:
Originally Posted By Maryland_Shooter:
Too expensive for what you get. This room was 12K installed:

Lots-O-Room

http://www.michaelbradyltd.co.uk/news/newsletter/issue1/img05.jpg

OPSEC prohibits the disclosure of the location or it's exact contents



Guess you'll want to ask Michael Brady LTD to change the details in that newsletter article then, they say it's located at 129-130 Park Lane, Mayfair. Oops OPSEC!

http://www.michaelbradyltd.co.uk/news/newsletter/issue1/


The dis-information is working its magic.
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